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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-09-2019, 01:56 PM Thread Starter
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I hope I can post this here, a lot of info at:


https://www.ar15.com/index.html


On the upper left click on Discussion Forums, Handgun Discussion and then Glock sub section.
Lots of info and help as well as picture threads. Great bunch of guys/gals to offer help and advice.


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My two are at the bottom of the Pic thread on page 11 (SE1)


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Been shooting the snot out of both of my Poly 80's (G17 & G19 style). I think I like the G19 style the best. I can make regular hits on my 6 inch gong at 60 yds with either of them. Now I remember why I started using a progressive press several years ago, LOL. Both top ends were bought as complete slide assemblies from Rock Slide USA.



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by the lack of replies, I would say no one is interested, in rebuilding old Glock junk.
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my question is cost. Is it like a 80 percent ar15 lower which actually cost more then what you can buy a complete on for. I could care less about whether it has to have a serial number or not. If it gets so bad that there going door to door to get guns then we will be in the midst of a civil war anyway. Now if I could buy them for 30 bucks and put an hour of work into it and have something as good as id pay 50 bucks for complete it would make sense. But if it cost 50 bucks, takes an hours worth of work and is worth 30 bucks and cant even be legally sold 5 years from now if im bored with it, it just doesn't make sense to me. Kind of like reloading. I like to do it. But if I could buy ammo for 20 percent cheaper then what I could make it for myself it would be a no brainer.

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This isn't a polymer 80 build but it's still cool. I bought this old 2 pin G17 frame for $50. Alpha Wolf RMR cut slide. Threaded barrel, Suppressor height Night sights. Sniper Gray Cerakote done by me. All brand new stock Glock internals. Glock extended controls. Going to put a Holosun 507 on it or maybe the trijicon RMR. Depending on funds
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I guess for me it was part of working on it and finishing it out, maybe just a little bit of them (Gubmint) not coming after them (unless they read this) in the future and I just like tinkering with them for fun. Nice looking shootin iron ya got there Jack.

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